Osteoporosis is a musculoskeletal disorder which causes compromised bone strength. Osteoporosis affects both the shape and amount of bone, resulting in bones that tend to be weaker and easily fractured. Osteoporosis affects all populations, including women and men of all ages, though it is more common in women.

Learn how to safely move in life and during exercise.

Through education, rehabilitation, exercise, and emotional support, we strive to empower our patients diagnosed with osteoporosis to maintain and improve their quality of life. Screening, education, and treatment on special topics such as emotional well-being and fall risk may be included. The emphasis of our treatment is on using movement as medicine for the prevention of fracture. We also provide treatment post-fracture and help develop a safe and effective gym program specialized for each individual.

What is the Meek’s Method for Osteoporosis?

It is an original, well-rounded and effective Physical Therapy approach to support strength and body position that is safe for people with low bone mass and changing bones.

What are the symptoms of Osteoporosis?

Symptoms of osteoporosis include:

  • Loss of height over time
  • Back pain
  • Stooped posture
  • Bone that breaks more easily than expected

What is the goal of therapy

The goal of therapy is to decrease the risk of the FIRST fracture or NEXT fracture.

  1. Isolate: Determine areas of stiffness and weakness
  2. Activate: Decrease stiffness and strengthen weakness
  3. Integrate: Use in everyday life

Is this program for me?

  • Have you been told you have osteopenia or osteoporosis?
  • Do you need to use your hands to get out of a chair or have difficulty getting up off of the floor?
  • Have you fallen or lost your balance within the last 3 months?
  • Have you had a recent fracture?
  • Are you nervous to continue with activities of daily living or your normal exercise program for fear of injury?

If you have answered yes to TWO or MORE of these questions, this program is right for you. Ask your provider for a referral today!

At Kitsap Physical Therapy, we have therapists who are trained in evidence-based protocols for the treatment of Osteoporosis in multiple locations, allowing you to pick the clinic location that is easiest for you.

Kaitlyn Barr PT, DPT (Bainbridge Island)

Bekah Gilbert PT, DPT (Kingston)

Ashley Fruner PT, DPT, OCS, TPS (Port Orchard)

Mandy Morgan PT, DPT, Cert Schroth (Port Orchard)

Brian Campbell PT, DPT (Poulsbo Village)

Jackie Gfeller PT, DPT, GC, AIB-VR/Con (Poulsbo Village)

Emily Everett PT, DPT (Silverdale)

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Bainbridge Island Clinic
945 Hildebrand Ln NE #220
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
(206) 842-6288
(206) 842-6292
Bremerton Clinic
2500 Cherry Ave #203
Bremerton, WA 98310
(360) 792-1015
(360) 792-0964
Kingston Clinic
26001 Barber Cut Off Rd NE #C-1
Kingston, WA 98346
(360) 297-7050
(360) 297-7502
Port Orchard Clinic
1880 Pottery Ave #100
Port Orchard, WA 98366
(360) 895-9090
(360) 895-9089
Poulsbo - NKMC Clinic
20730 Bond Rd NE #150
Poulsbo, WA 98370
(360) 779-3764
(360) 779-9740
Poulsbo - Village Clinic
19319 7th Ave NE #108
Poulsbo, WA 98370
(360) 779-3777
(360) 779-3797
Silverdale Clinic
2400 NW Myhre Rd #102
Silverdale, WA 98383
(360) 613-1834
(360) 613-2716
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